Sean Casey

  • Elite Mental Performance & Breakthrough Coach
  • Former MLB Player and current MLB Network Broadcaster

Sean Casey, 12-year Major League Baseball first baseman, MLB Network Broadcaster and Analyst since 2009, host of The Mayor's Office show on YouTube, philanthropist, keynote speaker, mental performance and breakthrough coach, was nicknamed "The Mayor" by his fellow players for his outgoing personality, and named the "Friendliest Player In Baseball" by 600 fellow MLB players in a 2007 Sports Illustrated poll. Sean’s nice and friendly personality was contrasted by being a fierce competitor - he built his career on his ability to take high leverage and high stress situations, and channeling them into huge successes.

- KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Sean has been a sought-after motivational keynote speaker for over 16 years, and travels all over the country and beyond sharing his secrets to success on and off the field with companies and organizations. His ability to motivate and inspire through his legendary storytelling is the ultimate keynote experience for all who attend.

- MENTAL PERFORMANCE - Sean has been a long time mental and physical performance coach to coaches, athletes, entertainers, and high achievers, using the tools he employed during his highly successful baseball career, giving them access to their superpowers within.

- MLB CAREER - In 1995, Sean was the 2nd-round-pick for the Cleveland Indians and was called up to play for them in 1997. Sean went on to play for the Cincinnati Reds (1998-2005) where he became one of the most beloved players in franchise history and was inducted into the Red’s Hall of Fame in 2012. In 2006, he played for the Pittsburgh Pirates and was traded to the the Detroit Tigers (2006-07) where he hit .529 with 2 home runs in the World Series.  The three-time All-Star proudly retired with the Boston Red Sox in 2008 and joined the Lifetime 300 Hitter Club with a career batting average of .302 and .410 in the postseason. In Sean’s career, he hit  130 home runs, 735 RBI with an 814 OPS, finished in the top 10 in National League batting average three times and had six seasons in which he hit above .300.

 


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Motivation

Sean is one of the greatest storytellers in sports, infusing laughter and high energy into targeted inspiration and motivation to give you the most powerful keynote you’ll ever experience. ...

Sean is one of the greatest storytellers in sports, infusing laughter and high energy into targeted inspiration and motivation to give you the most powerful keynote you’ll ever experience.

Mental Performance

Sean’s Mental performance tools will give your company exactly what it needs to take immediate and impactful action, allowing everyone to thrive and bring a level of excitement to every obstacle. Baseball mirrors life, and Sean bring his tools and lessons on how to tackle high leverage environments ...

Sean’s Mental performance tools will give your company exactly what it needs to take immediate and impactful action, allowing everyone to thrive and bring a level of excitement to every obstacle. Baseball mirrors life, and Sean bring his tools and lessons on how to tackle high leverage environments day in and day out, while maintaining clarity and focus to deliver for your teammates.

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Biography

Sean Casey, 12-year Major League Baseball first baseman, MLB Network Broadcaster and Analyst since 2009, host of The Mayor's Office show on YouTube, philanthropist, keynote speaker, mental performance and breakthrough coach, was nicknamed "The Mayor" by his fellow players for his outgoing personality, and named the "Friendliest Player In Baseball" by 600 fellow MLB players in a 2007 Sports Illustrated poll. Sean’s nice and friendly personality was contrasted by being a fierce competitor - he built his career on his ability to take high leverage and high stress situations, and channeling them into huge successes.

- KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Sean has been a sought-after motivational keynote speaker for over 16 years, and travels all over the country and beyond sharing his secrets to success on and off the field with companies and organizations. His ability to motivate and inspire through his legendary storytelling is the ultimate keynote experience for all who attend.

- MENTAL PERFORMANCE - Sean has been a long time mental and physical performance coach to coaches, athletes, entertainers, and high achievers, using the tools he employed during his highly successful baseball career, giving them access to their superpowers within.

- MLB CAREER - In 1995, Sean was the 2nd-round-pick for the Cleveland Indians and was called up to play for them in 1997. Sean went on to play for the Cincinnati Reds (1998-2005) where he became one of the most beloved players in franchise history and was inducted into the Red’s Hall of Fame in 2012. In 2006, he played for the Pittsburgh Pirates and was traded to the the Detroit Tigers (2006-07) where he hit .529 with 2 home runs in the World Series.  The three-time All-Star proudly retired with the Boston Red Sox in 2008 and joined the Lifetime 300 Hitter Club with a career batting average of .302 and .410 in the postseason. In Sean’s career, he hit  130 home runs, 735 RBI with an 814 OPS, finished in the top 10 in National League batting average three times and had six seasons in which he hit above .300.